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Mid-Missouri Artists will welcome in 2024 with a program by Jerry Ricker, who will focus on ways artists can promote their art. more

The Sedalia Spay and Neuter Clinic is on a mission to reduce pet overpopulation through it's low cost pet altering services.

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Income and geographic restrictions would be loosened for a tax-credit program that provides scholarships to help pay for private school tuition under a bill debated Wednesday by the Senate’s education committee. more
To have your event or meeting listed or changed, send details to news@warrensburgstarjournal.com or call 660-747-8123. more
A proposal to allow Missouri’s public school districts to open their boundaries is back this legislative session as the first education bill to get a hearing in the state House. more
The first snowfall of 2024 will be quickly followed by a second, with snow in the forecast again this week. more
WARRENSBURG – The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at the American Legion, 733 E. Young Ave. more
State Fair Community College in Sedalia has named the following students to the president’s, dean’s and trustees’ lists for the fall 2023 semester. more
JOHNSON COUNTY – With the first few snowfalls of the season, the Johnson County Emergency Management Agency staff shared information on how to prepare for this winter. more
Sedalia girl hurt in Johnson County accident more
The Rotary Club of Central Missouri hosted an installment ceremony for new club officers on Jan. 3. more
JOHNSON COUNTY — Bringing in the new year, Johnson County Presiding Commissioner Troy Matthews celebrated his one-year anniversary since he stepped into the role. Taking over the vacant seat left by former commissioner Densil Allen Jr., Matthews officially got into office on Jan. 1, 2023. A year later, Matthews talked with the Star-Journal about getting used to the position, helping the county, and what he hopes to accomplish in his remaining three years. more
University of Central Missouri Theatre and Dance will once again perform its original dance play, “Remember the Dance,” at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15 at the James L. Highlander Theatre. more
JOHNSON COUNTY – The new Missouri legislative session began Wednesday, Jan. 3, and state Rep. Dan Houx, R-Warrensburg, said many bills were pre-filed. more
Two hurt in Highway 50 collision more
Johnson County is under a Winter Weather Advisory until 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9, as issued by the National Weather Service, and another winter storm could possibly be just around the corner. more

Amateur investigator Hinkle cracks decade-old cold case in Camden County.

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Courtney J. Kurtz, 35, was arrested in the 100 block of South Holden Street for stealing-shoplifting. The arrest occurred after a business reported that a known female and male stole $32.95 worth of merchandise on Nov. 2. Kurtz was arrested, booked and then released. more
With more Missouri school districts switching to four-day weeks — including some of the largest — education leaders and state legislators are raising concerns. more
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